December 8, 2014

Lush Forum Fragrances 2014 at the UK Kitchen

lush forum fragrances 2014

You may or may not know Lush Forum Fragrances are a traditional Holiday release for Lushies. Typically every year the Lush UK Forum votes on a few of their VERY favorite Lush fragrances to be made into unique, limited edition perfumes! At one time the release was exclusive to the UK which did in fact ship to the US but years past the US forum also got these exclusive fragrances. Snow Fairy, Creamy Candy Melt, Potion…are just some fragrances that have been made into perfume!

But not this year


This year we got a Lush Live Event where Lush employees suggested gifts and shared fun facts about Lush and even showed us how they made bath bombs which was quite interesting however, the lack of fragrances was terribly disappointing.

Lucky enough the UK has upheld the tradition and released several limited edition fragrances in the UK Kitchen which you can purchase now (they ship worldwide)!

The Lush Forum Fragrances for 2014 are:

  • Jungle
  • Yog Nog
  • The Comforter
  • Celebrate
  • Jungle
  • Lord of Misrule (sold out)

You can purchase the Lush Forum Fragrances 2014 now at Maybe throw some of the new Lush Shampoo Bars in your bag while you’re there.

Happy Hauling!

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  • Janelle

    it was a disappointing US event, and TBH for me, it felt like a waste of time. Unless there are exclusive scents I do not have the time to have for such a thing as I can YouTube how to make bath bombs and get the help of associate in the store for gift ideas.

    I am just Negative Nellie because I want the things I ordered from Lush UK now and I know it is going to take forever LOL. I wish that the US Event had exclusives too! :'(

    • Isabella Muse

      It was disappointing for me as well. I loved the insider info though and how they make bath bombs/etc that I enjoyed. But gift gift ideas/etc not so much. It was more a showcase to sell items, which isn’t a bad thing but long time Lushies likely hated it especially the lack of exclusives 🙁 I just went ahead and ordered the fragrances from the UK but I’d have loved it if we got them too!

  • Astrophysics

    Hi Muse! do you get the snow fairy perfume last year? i have it but i just can stand is too sweet =X.

    • Isabella Muse

      I did indeed I loved it lol but I’m such a fan of really sweet blends 😀

  • Nurse Ratchet

    Damn, I’m bummed I missed the Lord of Misrule perfume! I’m interested in the Jungle lotion, though…

  • Lauren

    I am interested in the Jungle perfume but I am not buying the Lush perfumes without a trial wear first. Many of the Gorilla perfumes faded too quickly for my tastes.

  • brenda

    I ordered the exclusives and was sorely disappointed when it arrived half filled!, they were very expensive and to receive them leaking and half filled , I am bummed. I have since written to Lush to demand a refund, I intend to return them all to LUSH. They do not deserve a place on my vanity

    • Isabella Muse

      they actually sent out a gift to make up for this. they were filled for what you paid for, 30ML, but the bottle only looked like it wasn’t filled so they sent out free gifts to everyone to make up for “the gap” as they called it!